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New Uses for Old Things

Look at these ten ideas for reusing old things in your home:

1. Turn a wine bottle into a vase for your favorite flowers. There are already very original designs and modern bottles that provide the perfect accent to decorating your space.

DIY: New Uses for Old Things

2. Use an ashtray as a flower pot tray  that you already have in your home so you don’t get the furniture wet after watering.

DIY: New Uses for Old Things

3. Using laundry clips is a good way to hang notes, homework, things to do, etc..

DIY: New Uses for Old Things

4. If you have any old stuffed animals that your children no longer use and you don’t want to throw away, you can use them as a pin cushion and keep your pins and needles organized and ready to use.

DIY: New Uses for Old Things

5. A sauce or jam jar can be used, after cleaning, as a casual vase floral arrangement.

DIY: New Uses for Old Things

6. Organize small pieces of fabric for crafts and other projects in a basket where you can easily find the color or texture that you need.

DIY: New Uses for Old Things

7. A glass or plastic vase will help you organize your favorite earrings, so you can easily find pairs, and never get stuck with that lonely earring. You can put your bracelets inside or something just decorative.

DIY: New Uses for Old Things

8.  A flat stone can be used as a candle holder and protect your furniture from wax.

DIY: New Uses for Old Things

9. Use a basket you don’t  use anymore as a pot in your garden.

DIY: New Uses for Old Things

10. A small skillet and some trinkets can be decorative in your kitchen.

DIY: New Uses for Old Things

I hope you find new and fun ways to use your old stuff in your home and please share your ideas below! xoxo Elba

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